The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

British retirees travel to India to take up residence in what they believe is a newly restored hotel. Less luxurious than its advertisements, the Marigold Hotel nevertheless slowly begins to charm in unexpected ways as the residents find new purpose in their old age.

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Victor S (mx) wrote: Why the fuck made a movie about Lincoln right after the Spielberg one? Idiots!

Gerardo F (mx) wrote: It was a great movie! Had a good laugh.

Wu C (nl) wrote: Finally got around to seeing this. It won the oscar when I was still attending the school that helped make it. A great piece of work.

John H (fr) wrote: This is the worst film ive ever seen. I would give it zero stars if I could. I just had to find this movie and rate it!

Dave S (ca) wrote: a little slow but a good movie

Adrian K (fr) wrote: I actually remember seeing this movie on the shelfs when it first came out so long ago. Don't remember watching it though I was so young

Laura M (br) wrote: Maybe more like a 3.75/5

Robert J (ru) wrote: A charming somewhat sentimental and surreal film filled with quiet comedy and wry humour. Interspersed with great animated scenes and great hilarity. The film is about a man making a stop frame animation film staring himself, that you get to see at the end. The film builds up as it goes along and rewards you with a final 10 minutes that widens your eyes and has you in stiches laughing. I highly recommend this film.

Ola G (fr) wrote: British Secret Service chief Sir Gerald Tarrant (Harry Andrews) recruits spy Modesty Blaise (Monica Vitti) to protect a shipment of diamonds to a Middle Eastern sheik, Abu Tahir (Clive Revill). The shipment has also attracted Gabriel (Dirk Bogarde), the head of a diamond theft ring that includes his henchman McWhirter (Clive Revill) and Mrs. Fothergill (Rossella Falk). Modesty thinks that Gabriel, who maintains a compound in the Mediterranean, has died, but he reveals himself to her. In Amsterdam, Modesty reunites with her former lover, secret agent Paul Hagen (Michael Craig), while her partner, Willie Garvin (Terence Stamp), is reunited with an old flame, Nicole (Tina Aumont). Nicole is later killed by an assassin working for Gabriel. With Modesty and Willie on the run, they decide to steal the diamonds for themselves but Gabriel captures Modesty and forces Willie to steal the diamonds..."Modesty Blaise" was released at the height of two cinematic trends: The popularity of James Bond had spawned a number of similarly themed films, and many of these films, rather than being serious spy adventures, were instead created as parodies of Bond and his genre. Director Joseph Losey and the screenwriters chose to follow the latter approach, by making Modesty Blaise a campy, sometimes surrealistic comedy-adventure. Modesty Blaise was a moderate success at the time of its original release, and today is generally considered a camp classic, although fans of the Modesty Blaise character remain divided on its merits. This movie was made and released about three years after the comic strip created by Peter O'Donnell (writer) and Jim Holdaway (artist) was first published in 1963. Being a fan of the comic strip, I didnt like "Modesty Blaise" the first time I saw it and I didnt really like it when re-seeing it. Its simply too uneven, too campy, too psychedelic, too illogical and too far from the original character of Modesty Blaise. I cant understand the idea of having Monica Vitti appear as the Modesty Blaise we know in an instant and then go back to the lavish 60s model look and the same goes for Terence Stamp. The idea of lifting out the character from its comic strip universe and add her in some sort of psychedelic parallel universe and yet maintain the essence of the comic strip is as well mind boggling. How much acid did they drop when shooting it? The cinematography is glossy and handheld in many occasions putting you in the midst of the action, the outfits are pretty outrageous, nice environments and the production design is quite intriguing. But, that doesnt make up for a disaster of a movie. Monica Vitti is stunning, but she doesnt manage to become Modesty Blaise full on even if she is an uncanny look alike at times. Terence Stamp tries as well to channelise Willie Garvin, but not fully succeeding either. Dirk Bogardes Gabriel is too campy, too gay and not very villain like. The scene that truly "killed" the film was the impromptu singing duet between Modesty and Willie... Nah, this is not really worthy of being called Modesty Blaise. Its just piggybacking in a weird way on this excellent character created by the late and great Peter O'Donnell and Jim Holdaway.

Richard M (us) wrote: I like the Chinese version even though I had to read the sub titles it was better than this one Sorry Julia

Dan B (fr) wrote: Absolutely beautiful--if I were the type of douchebag who called things "otherworldly," this would be my moment--and the scenes with Jeanne Moreau and Jean-Marc Bory were HOT. Like, softcore porn could learn a few things from these two.